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Provided is a technique for providing a system-wide indexing function for graphical presentation of information to overcome the difficulties of conventional indexing schemes.
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Graphical Index Function
Provided is a technique for providing a system-wide indexing function for
graphical presentation of information to overcome the difficulties of conventional
The proposed technique provides the following functions and
user interface features:
1. Operation with graphical presentations of data or
information, e.g., card files, graphical folders, calendars, and
other user-defined structures, like on-line notebooks.
2. Presentation of the available indexes in a graphic manner,
e.g., letter of the alphabet, number, month, selectable color codes,
3. Presentation of the index in a graphic manner, e.g., as in
tabs used for indexes in notebooks or folders.
The benefits to the end user are a consistent technique for indexing of user-
defined information, as well as improved usability and flexibility in allowing
different indexing structures and quick visual search techniques.